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IlHE MIKIA N PA3LY.

311 S.s F STREET
tie oox s of
Exc iso tyles
OVERCATSand

Managing Eiditor-ILgs A Watrn.
Business Manager-NoRmAN H. ILT.
EDITORS.
News Editor...........Harold Titus
Assistant ............ Harry Z. Folz
Athletic Editor...Walter K. Towers
Assistant............ J. Fred Lawton
Music and Drama...Earl V. Moore
Eachanges and Files .... Dior S. Birney
EDITORIALS.
Arthur J. Abbott. Paul Leidy
NIGHT EDITORS.
A. J. Wohtgemuth. Harold McGee.
Frank Pennell Edward H. Robie
Maurice Toulme
REPORTERS.
Ernest Burton. E. M. Wakefield.
Johns L. Cox. F. E. Shaw, Jr.
Jolhn fI. Townley. Wallace Weber.
Gerald J. May. Emmett Taylur.
C. lHarold I-ippler. J. Selig Yellen.
tLoren Robinsson Wns. T. Daugherty
Robert M. Gillett.

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BUSINESS STAFF
C. A Bowman. A. R Dilley.
Myer Rubin. Kenneth Osborn.
I. Ray Johnson. Elmer P. Grierson.
C. H. Kleinstuck. Joseph N. Fouchard.
Address : MICHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,,
Mlaynard Street.
Office tours: Managing Editor, 1-2 p.
In. and 11 :00-11 :30 p. in. Daily.
tBusiness Manager, 1-5, 7-8 p. in., EX-
cept Sunday. Both 'phones 960.
WFlIX Nl)AN1, -ltAN 31. 19t1.
Nightl Iditar-MAUcisetTouotw.
I'ii ]).it,) hs nevurl ])ell wantii g i
1wit iprobible that for the public giiod
it I~1 er n-;htto be But hire is a liiii.
it: o th clases f peplewho thavse the
ri htto "ta e a w il tite i to .
iii \4l iI so Iii C. like otlier siii-
lie raliiiaIblicatoios ii oeori'less
closYdircte inits fiirmi, method aiid
p,)11c bN he acie o assve acues-
C(IlC o th l~ardil ointrol ofatui-
deIt 1alicai ons.thaii board elects the
Sito ianid thie iiiiager. If the tatter
<ti noti saisfactory the eleetorate is re-
spmil:,jutas iCs tie ease wibhthe
c--i e 1cI i f govenment
1>ka ise-actm ihenlt the eiitire Cstueent
hoi has bc 1eein given a vieeitie etec-
tio otheofhe sesveiiImembilers of
tiis r.Th ele ctiineomiiiiitee asks
no t iihethei thieCviteer-sutseribes for the
] o ra lahs roiommiiate's, or
sternslisi,- i bors. Anyp bona flde sin-
<]ert as voce lltliecoidusct of the

'Ihis ,ftee loo5 t11 li u a ill liithe1:
dtilil coetiers will ttke lace. t1I ti
student hodly wishes thie right toiiicii1
the condutct oif studienti p lictioliii, .i-
the elections iade bhte Ibiardinchoos
iiig editors andmnaesititvDv
that eightblieoinig. IOltherisce ileiiee
seiuldt-he discreet.
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anet sciireid wsheniMitcell fullowid it I
tii swvipie'sei'iindlanilthi ieiiii iiier
pausedit iiil tie iextipeiod
IHaysC iipeneitheicond-l' iiIwiithi a 1hitintoi
shticrightandt Xle-t illatt upulicaitidIhis
trive. Fischie attemptleidtoisicreiiici liii
lHaswas caught atiliith irdisti-adi.Camiii
ib'll ideliieedi a swot Il(,ii
hosses-er filiig the lases. h11111 ciect
fur his secondut liiaiiilItwio ii> scred.
cCkarthys-assistedt the fesiitiies 1)yipas-
ina liall andiit htingkCaumpbhell aiii IlIfill
e scoreid. Bell sceatc-hueula lilt ibiii11111
was caught off thirid aiiiiteinii eath
'Nituasuaos-was eqltli to lie exigseni cs if
'he situatioun alnid ieliveediita swattha
coiuntedl tu-iimore rnis, u-asig MI ii-
gail>s total to si-s--u.-NI iii'iiill I i'-twa
grass lull IHays, iatiing lre lie -
tiime that iiini.g, i-iuniueil to Grig--,la
11111 ani enditto the prcsion.> -
SI'FlCicunBRAESTOOi
ttaiig alliosw-led uaiuutghitsliii i :
to wliiiseierat hall gaimlisSpciii-iifiouid
-hiiiiselfandlpiitcheii'itti I ii iitlfe
remailinder iif the ufiieoii ii-I I frw
itree straight ini the thiiid1])it ill iii >
ihe captainl traveleid aiiiuniditle cici -
3.f1cr that the omyiiiieteamii>icrccl i-cl
After falliing iefire ('iuiulreu Iin-il",
liii tiree ordier foe tyiii iiiiiiith 1e ii
tioes op~ened -the tirdi rounld with a hit
ov-er thiiei. Griggh's1drovii aisiiigle ii~
hiiiii enluuBell liei ti'eIiall Irill 1liii'cc
his legs. The Aggies secrteiiciriii1.1r
IHarvey- andlthit MIce'artihy.-I .ach 1i-
liiiseid iithi aisinigletehlat scoei i ii 1:ici
rns threatenieid.1usch: a> cilih is1;
er's ar-il iihis sorrowiii, startu .iniaii 11
steal 111111resuiltedl iIliihedati if ](it l
Three piclihbatters were senit forthi
to start a rall- fur the uosers inite inthi I.
The lerst of itiemiifanned ut iiSiili brit
GoreenflocaildtBcker siiiglied. imolier
strikueouitunit a fly to Nluusiiiindedith
game.
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CARDS
You will need them very
soon. It would be wise to
see to it early. Had better
LEAVE YOUR ORDER NOW
Plate with 100 cards
$1.25 to $3.50
100 CARDIS ;FROM YOUR PLATE
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Carriage and Baggage
I i EachiiCouple to andliiison)prties
t - fu li:Ja cluek $1.50. afier Iuocloek
price'tlfIlre 25Cents. Ilf arriulto
or 11111111p-stairs, l teprice will lie
S0 Cets.
Drivers arelreq'uired tocolle-tacash
foe carriage asd baggage service.
lii)IIN-ON & COI.
HlOLD]IliPLIVERIY
Eastman Kodaks
Premo Film Pack
Cameras
Hawkeye Cameras
3 ififetso iiil Fin iuii
I.Picestiiioii'II00 to $65:.10, tCli
ablhio1ces. (rood oni foi-Ien
Filins f1reserybustsenouhi
tol photographi the iw lhole lioawi
10 timer evcisail tihey areall
irsti io stalelucid>yliere
Deeloping acdidntingthdciii
12y imodeirn imethiids
I huve is atiract iie sodait
p~ropo sition for umiiii tourists.1
or lou yourieaciconl.
LYNDON:
P~icturesof I teesthini.

F 0°~
GLnOVE!S
are a "good thing to have
o hand," and all goud
dealers have them en hand.
2
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135-171 F 0 D0

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F-I I GS F R ME len' G ood C lothes Store Main .
u 'OurMIGHIAN
'no N1pon PHI BETA KAPPA : Sale on Pipes andBO H L S
2%L E- all Smoking Artiomies W yEduu O1T aIew uC l aduaaLOpSSC
pins.Get our rderasndtepuiring. LET'S GET TOGETHER. Wi aill
pins. ot you order Lunches, ice Cream .So as d iewr i uelet idiauns il lsli:a
Opicl r\Det in now for engraving 'd orwr eeprletradmr rmpl hni a
- Elr HevyChrms$500 and all Summer Beverages everacnbeore
S ) Win. ARNOLD K E oLL 70 University Suit Pressing Co. Pe. 6
ac ur St st Jeweler 220 South Main St. . University Ace.BohP ne26

12 asigonSRANDA441& PACK, Photographers

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